Education recruiters offer CPD to new teachers to address skills gaps

Education recruiters are increasingly turning to tailored continuous professional development (CPD) courses to address skills gaps in newly qualified teachers (NQTs).

Thu, 9 Jun 2016

Education recruiters are increasingly turning to tailored continuous professional development (CPD) courses to address skills gaps in newly qualified teachers (NQTs).

The BBC reports the Education Select Committee heard today how the brevity of initial teacher training in England now means CPD is vital, with some NQTs in primary schools...

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